The Promised Land They Love Each Other Cassidy Tennessee Jed Looks Like Rain Scarlet Begonias Lazy Lightnin' -> Supplication High Time The Music Never Stopped
Eyes Of The World -> Jam -> Happiness Is Drumming -> Wharf Rat -> Drums -> Dancing In The Street -> The Wheel -> Around And Around
Encore Not Fade Away
1. these shn's are from the same source as Noah Weiner, but had an unknown number of intermediate cassette generations. Noah's shn's have less hiss and better fidelity but suffer from tape decay. The tape decay manifests as many instances of brief partial loss of high frequencies which sound like "tape warble". The version I am seeding here, having been transfered earlier to DAT via an unknown number of cassette generations did not suffer from the tape decay. When listening on headphones, I find that my ears can tune out the tape hiss (no more than typical by the way for 76 aud tapes) and I find it less distracting than the more sudden and variable effects of the tape decay in Noah's source.
2. this source required some patches from Noah's. Apparently, in an attempt to fit the show on cassettes, the between song banter was removed, with about 1/2 the songs missing a few opening notes as well, the channels were flipped compared to Noah's source, and there were a few cases where the cassette flips lost music that was present in Noah's source. I also adjusted the track times to be close to Noah's to correct for the effects of different cassette speeds. All this being said this show has some unique playing in my experience, and is one of my favorite 76 aud tapes, and I can whole heartedly recommend it.
March 21, 2009 Subject:
Love this Run...
This is a great show, from a excellent run. I love the vibe of the recording (room). A grate EYES! and how about the Fire breakout (sort of). Finding myself listening to 70's audience recordings and this is a good document to archive...